kandi X-RAY | survey Summary
kandi X-RAY | survey Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Create the splash screen
- Decodes image and scales it
- Start the splash screen
- Create the error dialog
- Initializes the window
- Clears the drawpoint
- Returns the inverse color of a color
- Set the current media result
- Returns the result
- Override this to set the values of the Intent
- Loads the form info
- Returns the full URL of the application
- Overrides the rest of the intent to create a new instance
- This method will be called whenever the selected media is selected
- Launches an activity
- Sets the Intent attributes for the savedInstance
- Overrides the default implementation to be applied to the Intent
- Overrides the default values from the intent
- Overrides the rest of the Intent with the latest information from the Bundle
- Override this method to be overridden to override the default values from Intent
- This method is called when an activity is saved
- Initialize the Activity or Fragment
- This method is called when the activity is finished
- This method is called when a record is received
- Called when an item is selected
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I have newly installed...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-28 at 07:22
You are running the project via Java 1.8 and add the
--add-opens option to the runner. However Java 1.8 does not support it.
So, the first option is to use Java 11 to run the project, as Java 11 can recognize this VM option.
Another solution is to find a place where
--add-opens is added and remove it.
Check Run configuration in IntelliJ IDEA (VM options field) and Maven/Gradle configuration files for
argLine (Maven) and
Short version: I need is to get a results column
r like this, ideally using dplyr (but happy for base R as well):
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-09 at 22:51
I have a dataset that has this structure (lots of questions asked to survey respondents) that I want to reshape from wide to long:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-21 at 19:08
We could use
names_pattern after rearranging the substring in column names
I've been working on some survey data using the
survey package. I read the documentation available on post-stratification and calibration, however I got stuck trying to calibrate the sampling weights on a total known for the population that is not the population total.
To make my self clear I prepared an example: Let's say I have income information for a sample stratified by sex, which lets me create the
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-17 at 04:09
Here is a workaround.
all your data is stored at
dis$variables, from there you can export it and make your calculations. I hope this can inspire better solutions
I have a template tags that takes ID on template and returns a list, I want to check the list if the variable is available and make checkbox input checked....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-02 at 10:56
You can try:
I have a string in which I'm trying to extract a URL from. When I run it on this RegEx site, it works fine.
The Regex Pattern is:
The message I'm extracting from is below, and lives in a column called
body in my SQL database.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-13 at 20:35
In mysql you just need to escape the
I have a dataset of survey responses similar to this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-08 at 01:16
A possible solution:
I have a Data Frame with Survey Data and want to create crosstables between every dimension and diagnosis. I succesfully did this with dplyr and janitor:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-05 at 21:14
You were very close. Try using
.data[[ to reference the variables. There were also a few typos:
- Missing closing
- Wrong variable name.
I would like to extract the unit of measurement (decimal degrees, metres, feet, etc.) from a spatial object in R. For example, if I have an SF data frame that uses the WGS84 co-ordinate reference system (EPSG:4326), I would like to be able to determine that the co-ordinates are specified in decimal degrees. Similarly, I'd like to be able to determine that UTM co-ordinates (e.g. EPSG:32615) are specified in metres.
I have tried using the
st_crs() function from the
sf package, which returns the co-ordinate reference system in well-known text format. However, I'm struggling to be certain that a regex that extracts the unit of measurement from that well-known text will operate reliably for a wide range of co-ordinate systems.
Is there an existing function that returns the measurement unit for a spatial object?
For example, the following code produces an SF data frame that uses the WGS84 co-ordinate system:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-21 at 15:05
st_crs() has a
parameters argument that returns a list of useful CRS parameters when
TRUE, including the units of the CRS. Here's an example with the built-in
I am very new here, but I've always had so much help going trough other peoples questions and answers that I thought I'd try if anybody could help me out.
I think I might just be looking for something that is impossible, but I hope not! Perhaps some of the geniuses here know a way how to, haha.
So, I've created a stacked barplot that shows per location (x-axis) the amount of fish we encountered during surveys (y-axis). I am focused on herbivores, so in the barplot, the total count of herbivores/omnivores is coloured, while the carnivores are white. In my entire research, each location has had one type of color assigned to it within all the graphs, so I did that here as well. This results in 6 different coloured bars per graph with a white area stacked on top that represents the counted carnivores. Now I was wondering: is it possible to represent all 6 of the blue colours in the one square/key-entry in the legend? I now picked the blue color in the middle part of the color scale to represent the herbivores, but as this only corresponds to 1 location it might not be the best solution.
The graph that I created. I've added two errorbars: the solid line for all fish that were counted and the dashed lines for just the herbivores.
I already made a completely new legend for this graph, so I would only have 2 entries (squares in the legend) instead of 7 (6 locations + the carnivores). The code I used to create this picture is as follows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-16 at 17:34
I can't quite understand exactly what your goal is. If I missed the mark here, maybe you could draw a picture, or explain more? Sorry for my confusion!
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